Using old-http and rsync for pull/push.
rlb at defaultvalue.org
Thu Sep 29 12:04:55 CDT 2005
Matt Mackall <mpm at selenic.com> writes:
>> Also, I noticed some old TODO diffs on the list that mentioned
>> possible rsync:// support. Is anything like that still planned (or
> The preferred method at this point for static servers is to upload
OK, thanks. I had apparently overlooked the earlier announcement. I
read that thread and the docs, but I was still a little unsure about
the common usage.
What if you want to upload incremental changes? Is the expectation
that you would just upload a sequence of bundles
and any clients would just have to know which ones they needed to pull
(unbundle) at any given time?
If so, that seems a bit awkward for the long run, unless mercurial
could add some way to handle a properly structured remote dir of
bundles automatically, i.e. perhaps
hg pull http-bundles://.../project/
or similar. Of course I don't really know how feasible that might be.
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